Engineering Technology (ETEC)
ETEC 310 Material Science for Engineering Technology 3 Credits (3,0)
This course includes an introduction to materials science and engineering. Emphasis is given on the "processing, structure, properties, performance" relationships that lead to the development of materials for society's needs. Examples are drawn from the major materials classes. Prerequisite: Courses listed or greater or equivalent from mathematics skills assessment.
Prerequisites: MATH 142 or MATH 143.
ETEC 315 Circuit Analysis 3 Credits (3,0)
This course provides a comprehensive review of the Kirchhoff's laws, resistive circuits and equivalent circuit study of electric circuits and networks. The course also includes first-order transients, sinusoidal steady-state analysis, and frequency response. Emphasis is given on basic principles and their application to circuit analysis using linear algebra and calculus.
Prerequisites: PHYS 160 and CESC 220.
ETEC 409 Applied Aeronautics 3 Credits (3,0)
In this course, students will apply the principles of aerodynamics, performance, and stability. Topics covered include airfoil and wing theory in the generation of lift and drag, high-lift systems, propeller and rotor performance, Reynolds number and Mach number effects, aircraft performance during the different stages of flight, and the effect of weight and balance on the stability of an aircraft.
ETEC 410 Thermodynamics for Engineering Technology 3 Credits (3,0)
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the heat, work, and kinetic theory of gases, equation of state, thermodynamics system, control volume, first and second laws of thermodynamics, reversible and irreversible processes, and introduction to basic thermodynamic cycles.
Prerequisites: PHYS 160.
ETEC 415 Control Systems 3 Credits (3,0)
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the analyses of closed loop systems using frequency response, root locus, and state variable techniques. System design is performed based on analytic and computer methods. This is an introductory control systems course. It presents a broad overview of control techniques for continuous and discrete linear systems, and focuses on fundamentals such as modeling and identification of systems in frequency and state-space domains, stability analysis, graphical and analytical controller design methods.
Prerequisites: ESCI 204 and ETEC 315.
ETEC 420 Applications of Engineering Technology 3 Credits (3,0)
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of various engineering disciplines. The engineering disciplines include mechanical, electrical, aerospace, civil, systems and computer Engineering.
Prerequisites: CHEM 105 and ESCI 202 and ESCI 204 and ESCI 206 and ETEC 310 and ETEC 315 and ETEC 410 and ECON 210 or ECON 211 or ECON 225.
ETEC 485 Professional Seminar 1 Credit (1,0)
As part of this course, professional seminars by internal and external speakers will be offered throughout the semester. These seminars will cover topics of current interest or provide in-depth coverage of selected topics from the core courses.
Prerequisites: ETEC 310 and ETEC 315.
ETEC 490 Engineering Technology Capstone 3 Credits (3,0)
This course is designed for students to conduct a senior design project. The project includes project statement, in-depth survey, conceptual and structural design, analysis, statistical and cost analyses, ethical, societal and environmental impact, evaluation and revision of design for the global arena with multi-cultural and multi-national perspective, prototype construction, and final presentation.
Prerequisites: CHEM 105 and ESCI 202 and ESCI 206 and ETEC 310 and ETEC 410 and ETEC 415 and ECON 210 or ECON 211 or ECON 225.